GAA: Qualifier draw throws up all Ulster clash

Peter Harte claims the ball in the air ahead of Louth's Paddy Keenan. INTT2714-700DCA
Peter Harte claims the ball in the air ahead of Louth's Paddy Keenan. INTT2714-700DCA

Tyrone will have to beat either Armagh or Monaghan if they want to make the third round of the All Ireland Qualifiers.

Tyrone got the better of Louth in the first round of Qualifiers on Saturday afternoon and must now beat the losers of Sunday’s replayed Ulster semi-final between Armagh and Monaghan.

Monaghan have already beaten Tyrone in this year’s Ulster Championship and should Armagh get the better of Malachy O’Rourke’s team then the teams will meet in Clones.

Should Monaghan advanced to the Ulster final then Tyrone will meet Armagh in Healy Park.

In the other standout draws Cavan will play Roscommon and Down will meet Kildare.